"There is a fire, they put a pan on it, and then the dough is poured on it. Finally, the pancake comes into being and is removed. When the next one is put into the pan, when it is formed, it will generally appear like the previous one, but the number of dents and holes in the two will not be exactly the same. You may have dozens of these pancakes, but each one is bound to be different. That is the nature of creation itself, to have variety."
- NISARGADATTA MAHARAJ, "The Experience of Nothingness" (Ed. Robert Powell), pg.6
From THE CLIFF: Book 4, "Heart of Brightness," pages 52 and 53...
Pgs. 52&53 with inked outlines only.
Pgs. 52&53 fully inked.